A Suffolk University/USA Today national poll of likely voters released today shows Hillary Clinton leads Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders 50 percent to 40 percent among Democrats and Democratic leaning-voters, with 10 percent still undecided. Clinton's lead has shrunk dramatically. The same poll had Clinton up by 27 points just two months ago.
On the Republican side, the Suffolk University/USA Today shows Donald Trump at 35 percent holding a solid lead over Texas Sen. Ted Cruz ( with 20 percent) and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (with 17 percent). The rest of the GOP field brings up the rear, with Ohio Gov. John Kasich (at 7 percent), former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (at 6 percent), and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson (at 4 percent), with 12 percent
The poll also pits GOP candidates against Hillary in a General Election matchup. The results? Almost all Republicans beat Hillary or come within the margin of error of taking her down.
Suffolk University/USA Today Poll Shows Clinton